Mice Skating: Volume 1

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$18.99  $17.66
Union Square Kids
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8.5 X 10.9 X 0.3 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Annie Silvestro is the author of Bunny's Book Club (Doubleday), which Kirkus called "a sweet salute to reading." When not writing, Annie works as a consultant in her family's finance business and serves on the board for Seas It, a cancer charity that promotes recovery through recreation. She is passionate about children's literature and is currently a Volunteer Coordinator for the New Jersey chapter of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She resides in Rumson, NJ, with her husband and two boys, who also love to read, and a cat who does not. Learn more about her at anniesilvestro.com.

Teagan White is a freelance illustrator specializing in intricate drawings of flora and fauna, playful watercolors of animal characters, and illustrated typography. Her clients have included Target, Papyrus, American Greetings, Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Disney Hyperion, Nike, Honda, Ford, Wired Magazine, and the Washington Post, with projects ranging from advertising and editorial to children's books, greeting cards, and textiles. Originally from Chicago, Teagan now lives and works in MN, where she received a BFA in illustration from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design in 2012. Learn more about her at teaganwhite.com.


"Field mice are supposed to spend the winter burrowing and huddling underground, but little Lucy would rather be out in the bracing cold. She can't convince her mouse friends to join her, until she finds a way to get them to follow her to the pond for ice skating. Silvestro's simple story is heavy on cheese puns likely to sail past younger listeners, but White's charming illustrations, with their miniaturist sensibility and cozy wood-toned textures, will have little ones hunting through the pages for details of the field-mouse lifestyle and décor." --The New York TImes